Human growth hormone is produced by both women and men and most associated with strength and aging. As women approach the menopause transition however, HGH levels begin to decline. This contributes to abdominal weight gain, dry thinning hair, loss of energy and muscle mass, and high total cholesterol levels. Other symptoms of HGH deficiency may include decreased libido, osteoporosis, sleep difficulties, and reduced immune function.
Once testing indicates a growth hormone deficiency, a licensed physician and aging specialist can create a customized therapy plan that may include pharmaceutical preparations and diet and lifestyle changes.
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